In a sign of the declining times, a puppy that turned into a projectile during a police chase is garnering more headlines than the reason the chase was even pursued. Three apprehended suspects were wanted on charges related to murder and carjacking but turned into real demons when they placed a tiny puppy in a Micheal Kors handbag and launched it from their moving vehicle.
The puppy somehow survived the harrowing ordeal and was soon picked up by first responders, which gave him to a nearby animal shelter until his situation can be resolved.
“During the pursuit, a puppy was placed in a designer bag (photo) and then tossed from the suspect’s moving vehicle. Miraculously the dog emerged unharmed and was rescued by responding LAPD officers. The puppy is now in the care of South L.A. Animal Services, where it is presently being held pending an infestation into the abandonment concern that was noted during the pursuit,” a statement from the LAPD read in part as it described the events.
“The dramatic pursuit came to an end around 2 p.m. when the driver and passengers jumped out of the car in a residential street in Carson,” Fox 11 added of the chase, puppy tossing, and eventual arrest of three suspects, adding, “The male suspect ran towards a house but soon surrendered to officers, the female driver was also taken into custody.”
It is unclear who was the victim in the carjacking and murder, and perhaps the only reason there appears to be less concern over the loss of human life is that the same kind of person as the three apprehended suspects lived a similar criminal life.
LAPD pursuit update. pic.twitter.com/rORjQpB5Qc
— LAPD HQ (@LAPDHQ) April 8, 2023
Fox 11 continued with its report, saying:
In total, three people were arrested, the police department announced Saturday morning. The suspects were identified as 27-year-old Gustavo Alvarez, 27-year-old Lynette Moreno and 25-year-old Michelle Zamudio.
Alvarez was wanted for an attempted murder and carjacking that occurred on March 26 in the area of 101st Street and San Pedro St. Police say Moreno was arrested for setting up the second getaway vehicle and Zamudio was arrested for driving the second getaway vehicle.
Twitter comments likewise questioned how someone could be so cruel and toss a pup from a moving vehicle, also ignoring the larger story that a man was murdered leading up to the chase. Heck, even the Los Angeles Police Department deserves some flak for posting its own update by including a photograph of the rescued canine.
One thing seems certain enough, though. Democrat-run cities are unmitigated disasters. People aren’t safe, cars aren’t safe, and even little puppies aren’t safe anymore. Humanity has simply devolved into an unthinking, uncaring wasteland in these places. People think only of themselves and no longer see the sacred nature of life, be it in their fellow man or man’s best friend.
How and why otherwise sane and normal people choose to remain living in these places escapes rational explanations.
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